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The Risk Black Book What They Still Do Not Teach You at Banks and Business Schools

Author Name: Mohit Arora | Format: Paperback | Genre : Business, Investing & Management | Other Details

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Heterodox, provocative, well-structured, and focused. You will never think about risk quite the same again–Mark Gross, New York. Corporate and investment banker. Formerly Head of Strategy/Corporate Development with multinational banks

A very interesting perspective on risk, and almost entirely all points I completely agree with. First-hand experience and from a viewpoint that is not a traditional banker's viewpoint. It is timely and incorrect not to address the lessons learned–Nigel Spry, London. Formerly Managing Director and Global Head of Distribution for Trade and Structured Finance, Cargill, Inc.

Unpacks the dearth of thought we encounter every day and how this affects our perception and cognition. Unlearn to relearn–Moliehi Molekoa, Johannesburg. Managing Director, Magna Carta Reputation Management Consultants, South Africa

About the book: The only risk management method in the world that enables a quantum leap in your risk management abilities by combining simple yet deep-rooted tools with a forensic worldview blended with cognitive enhancement tools that reduce need for endless information.

For the first time, it will also provide answers to your queries about how our world is genuinely organized and operated from a risk perspective.

A fast-paced, comprehensive, yet straightforward book that will assist you in developing a risk management arsenal that rivals or exceeds that of the most skilled specialists globally. 

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Mohit Arora

Mohit Arora owns and heads a US-origin boutique cross-border project finance and bank/financial institution risk advisory firm (Capital Pros). He has a general background in cross-border finance and risk advisory spread over 18 years, leading to successfully building and handling an aggregate corporate credit exposure of over $8 billion. His responsibilities have included business interests in about fifty countries, spread across North and Latin America, Asia, Middle East and Africa. The book is a direct consequence of Mohit’s frustrations with multiple risk management systems globally.